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Clutch on V6

Test drove yesterday a V6 3.0 24V - damn what a sweet engine...  :wub:

I didn't buy the car because it needed too much TLC and I already have a demanding TS.


Anyway, I noticed the clutch was much firmer than on my TS, and the stroke much shorter.

Is that as expected on a V6, or is that the sign clutch is getting near end of life?

(120,000 km and probably original clutch).


Also the steering wheel was quite firmer. Is that because of the engine weight, or rather unexpected?


Otherwise, V6s have a much sweeter gearbox it seems  :wub:  :wub:

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